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There are some exciting things in the works for Tampa right now that are coming soon or just arrived. It’s going to make your summer extra special and unique this year that will make you wonder how we didn’t have these things sooner.

You’ve always enjoy a good boat ride on the Bay or catching a cab ride to enjoy the excitement of downtown, but now you’ll be able to see these areas in a new and exciting way. Introducing: newbies to the Tampa scene, Kraken Cycleboats, The Downtowner, The Cross-Bay Ferry-High Speed Ferry, and more! Take a look at these exciting additions and new changes such as extended TECO Streetcar Hours to hit Tampa this year just in time for some fun in the sun.

New Waterfront Park

If you haven’t heard of the Curtis Hixon

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Riverwalk by the Convention CenterThe Tampa Riverwalk is one of the most popular attractions found in Tampa. Sections are found along the Hillsborough River and Curtis Hixon Park. The Riverwalk is an open space development with a pedestrian trail found throughout. It passes through or will pass through many areas of Tampa including:

  • Curtis Hixon Park
  • MacDill Park
  • Downtown Tampa
  • Tampa Art District
  • Channelside District
  • Tampa Heights
  • Water Works Park

The Riverwalk is a long-term project that has been in development since the 1970s. The Kennedy Boulevard Segment was the final phase, which covers about 1,460 feet of water and links Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park with MacDill Park.

The Bronze Sculptures

Throughout the Riverwalk, you can enjoy many bronze

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Riverwalk at NightWhen it comes to family fun in Tampa, everyone’s first thought is the Tampa Riverwalk. This is the place that has all of the best Tampa attractions that anyone would love. You’ve got the Florida Aquarium for those family members that love animals, the Channelside Bay Plaza if you’re in the mood to shop, and the Tampa Museum of Art if you need a little culture in your life.

There are also plenty of options for getting on the water through the different ship and yacht companies. You’ll find it easy to enjoy the natural beauty of Tampa with area parks and the incredible views. When it comes to the Tampa Riverwalk, there are plenty of opportunities for the whole family to have some fun. Take a look at the best activities that are available to enjoy here.

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Tampa Riverwalk MapWhen you are enjoying the Tampa Riverwalk, it’s hard to ever want to leave. Of course you could call a cab and get back home, but why not put your feet up and stay a while? The Riverwalk has some excellent lodging options for visitors from out of town and residents that could use a little staycation. The hotels located here give you some of the best Tampa views, easy access to the water, and a way to spend the whole day shopping, exploring, dining, and more!

You’ll love having access to the biggest brand names in lodging such as Embassy Suites, Marriot, and the Sheraton. There is even a new hotel called Aloft which gives you a crazy pool deck overlooking the River. You can’t beat the fun of the Tampa Riverwalk, so why not make a day of it and stay all

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Tampa Riverwalk MapThe Riverwalk is Tampa’s favorite place to hang out. It’s the perfect place to stay overnight, enjoy a night on the town, and find everything you need for a day of fun. You’ll find things for the kids to do, fun places to shop, and tons of dining options to keep you fueled up for the fun. It’s always nice to know what to expect for dining options before showing up and this guide will help you learn more about what is offered.

You’ll find stops as simple as Subway located in the Glazer Children’s Museum or as extravagant as Malio’s Prime Steakhouse in the Rivergate Tower. There are great stops for a sit down lunch or afternoon coffee stop at places like the Maestro’ Cafe and Starbucks, while you can have a fun night out with the guys at Champion’s

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Water Park at Curtis HixonEvery kid loves spending time at a great playground and it really doesn’t take much to impress kids when it comes to what a playground offers. Just a great slide, swing set, or trails to run around is all that kids really need to have a great time. Fortunately for kids in Tampa, there are even more exciting elements found at playgrounds in town, especially over at the Tampa Riverwalk.

You can’t beat getting to spend the day at the Riverwalk as a family and knowing that not only will mom and dad have a great time, but it’s easy to keep the kids entertained as well. The best part about the playgrounds is having a free activity to take the kids to on a weekend. Take a look at what playgrounds you’ll find at the Tampa Riverwalk that will be the perfect

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Tampa Riverwalk ShoppingAre you in the mood for a shopping weekend at the Tampa Riverwalk? There is no shortage of places to go, from adorable boutiques to quirky gift shops, your favorite apparel stores to museum stores containing some amazing finds.

The Tampa Riverwalk is a great stop because it offers you a place to eat, a place to take the kids, beautiful views, and of course some fantastic shopping that you won’t find just anywhere else. Whether you need a great new date night outfit, a new piece of artwork for the house, the perfect gift to send a friend living out of town, or something fun for the kids, these places along the Tampa Riverwalk are sure to have whatever you may need!

Florida Museum of Photographic Art Museum Store – 400 N Ashley Dr Cube 200

Start at

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Tampa-RiverwalkThe Tampa Riverwalk is an open space and pedestrian trail development, located along the Hillsborough River in Tampa, Florida. The portion on downtown Tampa travels along the Tampa Arts District, which include the Curtis Hixon Park, Tampa Museum of Art, Glazer Children’s Museum, Rivergate Tower, and the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. The Riverwalk extends to the Channelside District and connects up at Tampa Heights.

What to Expect at Riverwalk

The Riverwalk with 1.6 miles is now completed. It connects the downtown’s noted cultural venues, live business areas, as well as the beautiful parks. The Walk indeed offers diverse scenery, and it is a bit educational too with the interpretative signs and public art along found in the area. The Riverwalk

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